Archery Ireland Dress Regulations:
The following rules apply to all Archery Ireland Competitions:
Sports Clothing must be worn by all athletes shooting in Archery Ireland competitions. Denim is only allowed to be worn in Field or 3D Archery and under no circumstances is camouflaged clothing to be worn at any competition.
Women can wear dresses, skirts, divided skirts, shorts (any of which cannot be shorter than the athlete’s fingertips when the arms and fingers are extended at the athlete’s side) or trousers; and blouses or tops, which must cover the front and back of the body, be fixed over each shoulder while covering the midriff at full draw.
Men shall wear trousers or shorts, which cannot be shorter than the athlete’s fingertips when the arms and fingers are extended at the athlete’s side, and long or short sleeved shirts, which must cover the midriff at full draw.
Sports shoes (or walking boots outdoors) must be worn by all athletes. Shoes must cover the entire foot. For Indoor competitions all shoes should be non-marking.
Where possible club colours should be worn. While not always feasible, it does help with the team spirit within clubs at competitions, and is especially important during team rounds.
World Archery newsletter 10th November 2014